Top Baltimore news: Ex-officer convicted of assault; police say boastful rapper was a fraud; more

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Ex-cop found guilty of 2nd-degree assault, misconduct for beating captured on viral video

A judge, however, acquitted the former Baltimore officer of the most serious charge, first-degree assault.

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New developer fees aim to cover cost of schools, roads, but revenue is likely years away

Baltimore County developers must pay new fees starting next year to help cover the costs of schools and roads, but the County Council added many exemptions.

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Feds say Baltimore rapper who billed himself as self-made music sensation was a fraud

Chad Arrington was granted release Friday to the custody of his mother. Arrington faces federal charges related to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.

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Baltimore Police commissioner takes part in anti-violence walk after deadly weekend

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison was among dozens who took to the streets Monday night for an anti-violence walk through parts of the city that are no stranger to shootings.

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Baltimore Police looking for tips in murder of community leader and ex-basketball player 

Police are still looking for the person who murdered 34-year-old Gerald Brown—a standout former basketball player and comedian from Baltimore.

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